CABLE COMPLIANCE COMMITTEE ("CCCC")
Thursday, February 10, 2005, 6:30 p.m.
Reno City Hall
1 E. First Street, Council Chambers
Reno, Nevada 89501
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1. Roll Call*
2. Report from Council Liaison - Council Member Dave Aiazzi.*
The committee will advise Mr. Aiazzi as
to our previous findings that the CCCC has the authority to bring
before the council proposals such as the long range cable plan
Agenda Item 6).
3. Public Comment - Limited to no more than (3) minutes. The public
may comment by making a request to speak to the CCCC Recording
4. Election of officers: Chair, Vice-Chair, Recording Secretary.
5. Approval of CCCC meeting minutes of December 16, 2003; March
25, April 1, May 27, August 26, 2004.
6. Report from Andrew Barbano regarding Oct.
13, 2004, council deliberation on the committee's proposal
to ensure cable television service continuity within the Truckee
Meadows in the event of lack of provision of service by a cable
7. Reports from city staff:
A. Update on 2005 city legislative activity,
especially with respect to Legislative
Bill Draft Request No. 366: "Removes authority for local
governments to impose utility franchise fees." Its drafting
was requested on 24 Aug. 2004 by the Senate Committee on Commerce
B. Compliance Update: Report of the new
franchise's first-year receipts and update on how the first-year
grant moneys were spent.
C. Compliance Upate: As the Charter franchise
is now in its second year, has the city received its second year
grant money from Charter?
D. Compliance Update: Presentation and
discussion of Charter Communications credit policies, customer
service policies and complaint procedures.
E. Update by city staff regarding the
socially/economically disadvantaged program.
F. Compliance Update: Presentation of
compilations of cable complaints registered with both RenoDirect
and Charter and the resolutions thereof.
G. Report on development of a "skinny
basic" service tier per CCCC
minutes of January 15, 2003.
H. Report on the status of any recommendation
regarding the CCCC by the Boards
and Commissions Review Task Force and when that report may
be presented to the council.
8. Identification of
dates and agenda items for future meetings of the CCCC.